Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Internet…Your Writing’s Friend or Foe?

We’ve been on vacation for over a week now…and the first week in Williamsburg was pretty much internet free for me. I’ve gone without the internet before. At the beginning of the summer I tagged along with my husband to … Continue reading

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When You Write “For a Living”

As some of you may know, I write “advertorials” for a local monthly magazine. What started out five years ago as four to six articles per month peaked at thirty-four and has settled out at a relatively stable twenty(ish). When … Continue reading

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Hello, Distance…How Far is Far Enough?

So I’m deep in revisions that have already taken longer (many times) than I hoped…and I’ve been thinking about distance. When I started this novel 10 (!) years ago, it looked dramatically different. Different characters, different scenes, the whole she-bang … Continue reading

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